dav-1J H Ambani School in Lodhivali managed by DAV Group of Schools has much to cheer about this year’s CBSE results as Brinda Sharma, a class XII commerce student of this school emerges the topper in the whole of Mumbai region, with a percentage of 96.2%. Another student, Akansha Arlikatti is the school topper in science with a percentage of 93.2%. After months of hard work and meticulous preparation, the results of CBSE has brought reasons to celebrate for Brinda Sharma, a class XII commerce student of DAV managed J H Ambani School in Lodhivali. Brinda scored an impressive 96.2% in her board exams and emerged the commerce topper in the entire Mumbai region. For Brinda, the past year was that of complete focus. She rarely participated in extra curricular activities and involved herself completely in the preparation of the board exams. Brinda also believes that along with the support of family, her school teachers and Principal Parvez Kushal, she came out with flying colors. Brinda aspires to pursue a course in Chartered Accountancy and her excellent marks will definitely ensure her a seat in any of the city’s best colleges. According to Brinda, regular studies and taking every single test seriously has been her success mantra. No feat can be achieved without a solid family backing. This is very much the case with Brinda. Brinda’s success has brought joy to her dear ones. Another student, Akanksha Arlikatti of the same school has topped the school in science with a percentage of 93.2%. This one year has been hectic for Akanksha. But with hard work and regularity she could strike a balance between school and tuitions and made the most of study holidays. Akanksha aspires to be a doctor. Akanksha too credits her success to her school and family. Akanksha’s achievements have certainly made her parents proud who have given their full support to her throughout the year. Akanksha is not brightest in studies but also shines in extra-curricular activities. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Perma Gupta for NMTV News.

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